NJ Uber - State Owned Smart logistics Transporation System

NJ Uber - State Owned Smart logistics Transporation System

What problem does it solve? While Uber receives money directly from NJ town like Summit to supplement public transpiration and exploits labors without representation, this asset-free business model is now mature in technology and can easily be adapted by State to improve point-to-point transpiration, promotes ride share, decreases cars on roads, also provides fair labor representation. What is your solution and who does it apply to? While ride share companies like Uber and Lyft are losing money due to competition of lower fare, improve driver compensation, and holding revenues, a state run ride share system would freed up the revenue, provide public transpiration subsidy, and employ more residents as drivers with representation. What is the anticipated impact? It can provide continues revenue growth, and complements our existing public transpiration system to provide a complete public transpiration system for the whole state via various public transpiration methods, while create more jobs for New Jersey.


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